People from a Merced youth group, We’Ced Youth Media, presented an art piece at the state capitol Tuesday June 6, 2017 that represents the issues community members face and the campaign that advocates for accessible and affordable healthcare for everyone regardless of immigration status, Health4All.
People from a Merced youth group, We’Ced Youth Media, presented an art piece at the state capitol Tuesday June 6, 2017 that represents the issues community members face and the campaign that advocates for accessible and affordable healthcare for everyone regardless of immigration status, Health4All. Angela Rosas Photos courtesy of Angela Rosas
People from a Merced youth group, We’Ced Youth Media, presented an art piece at the state capitol Tuesday June 6, 2017 that represents the issues community members face and the campaign that advocates for accessible and affordable healthcare for everyone regardless of immigration status, Health4All. Angela Rosas Photos courtesy of Angela Rosas

Merced youth gather at state Capitol to advocate for “Health4All”

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